Land conflicts take place in many places due to land loss faced by people, especially farmers with various forms of pressures. Such programs as modernization, industrialization and urbanization tend to transfer fertile agricultural land attaching high profitability and commercial possibility to other purposes. The needs for more land for modern, large-scale food production are encouraged by technocrats as the way to meet growing consumer demand. Under pressure of attracting resources for industrialization from political power and monetary power, many farmers in developing countries are forced to move from their ancestor land and lose the land to the hands of investors and transnational companies. Shortage of land to live, lack of transparency, and overlapping of ownership of land, forests and natural resources or land use rights are among the hottest constrains causing conflicts over land.